Lauren Merola

Jack Concannon: The near-sighted netminder

Jack Concannon: The near-sighted netminder By Lauren Merola | Aug 10, 2022 Tweet Jack Concannon knows what he wants. The Atlas goalie wants to see the same number of bounce shots every warmup, with the same stick he’s precisely taped and re-taped – with the same tape – before every game this season. He sits […]

Chaos falls to Chrome after scoreless fourth quarter

Chaos falls to Chrome after scoreless fourth quarter By Lauren Merola | Aug 6, 2022 Tweet After six ties and three lead changes, rookie Cole Williams ripped the go-ahead goal to give Chrome the 10-9 lead with 11:22 left to play in the 13-9 victory over Chaos in Denver on Saturday. Chrome held Chaos scoreless […]

Sowers’ crease-dive beauty wins it for the Waterdogs, 15-14

Sowers’ crease-dive beauty wins it for the Waterdogs, 15-14 By Lauren Merola | Aug 1, 2022 Tweet Off the skip pass from Kieran McArdle, Michael Sowers caught the ball, tucked it under Jack Kielty, dove and buried it in the back of the net to score the winning goal in the Waterdogs’ 15-14 victory over […]

The fluency of Eddy Glazener

The fluency of Eddy Glazener By Lauren Merola | Jul 27, 2022 Tweet Before Eddy Glazener hits the field as the Redwoods’ air traffic controller, he practices quick decision-making in the locker room. Particularly, on the aux. Eddy is in charge of the pre-game music selection, usually pulling from his “Female Vocals” playlist. More often […]

Matchup Preview: Baptiste vs. Farrell

The Week 5 matchups pit two of the best faceoff specialists in the League against each other when Atlas’ Trevor Baptiste steps up to the stripe against Chrome’s Connor Farrell. It’ll be a battle of speed and power.

Connor Farrell and the making of Milkman

Growing up, Connor Farrell would walk into the kitchen of his home in Holtsville, New York nearly ten times a day for a refill. When he pulled open the refrigerator door and the light softly illuminated Farrell’s face, his mom Kathleen’s money was well-bet that Farrell was making his way through the ten gallons of milk she’d purchased that week.